House in LADAPEYRE , Creuse , Limousin

€93,500 €79,200 (HAI) £69,054**
Ref: 69913MKE23
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Totally renovated, 3 Bedroom, small hamlet house, over 3 acres land, located in beautiful countryside.

Margaret Katherine Entwistle , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €79 200 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 10 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€72 000 without fees)

Reduction from €93,500 to €79,200
Ref 69913MKE23
Town LADAPEYRE Dept Creuse
Surface 100 M2* Plot Size 16738 M2
Bathroom 1 Bedrooms 3
Location
  • Hamlet property
Type
  • House
  • Holiday Home
  • Family Home
  • Country House
Features
  • Woodburner(s)
  • Well
  • Water on site
  • Suitable for horses
  • Private parking
  • Electricity on site
  • Detached
  • Barns / outbuildings
Condition
  • Habitable
  • Good condition
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Nestled on a hillside, within the stunning Creuse countryside of rolling hills, woodlands, and fields, this typical French owned property is habitable straight away.

Located 2 miles from the village of Ladepeyre, the route is good and Ladepeyre has a bakers and bar/tabac. More shops are found in the next village with all amenities in the town of Gueret.

A well looked after property, used as a holiday home for many years. It is habitable straight away but would benefit from a little modernisation in the kitchen & decorating.

Downstairs, there is a good sized kitchen (around 12m2) which leads out to to a large elevated terrace and small courtyard.

The shower room isn't small and incorporates a WC.

The lounge/diner is large and open-plan of 30m2 and has windows to either side. It also leads out to the terrace to the back and front courtyard with parking space. The floor is tiled and there is a wood burner and fireplace.

There is also a downstairs bedroom, but could be used as a separate snug/office. (16m2)

The wooden staircase leads to a very large landing and could easily be converted into a bedroom and upstairs bathroom, with very little work.

There is also a separate, large double bedroom (16m2)

The septic tank would need to be reviewed.

Outside, detached to the property, a large barn with wood store and workshop. Small garden to front.

The property also includes over 3 acres of land, not attached, but all within walking distance. A few meters from the house, a plot for growing vegetables, (887m2) and two further plots, opposite each other, one of over an acre and the second over two acres.

Ideal for horses or a few animals

With easy access to the main arterial routes in the area, leading to the town, the airport and motorways.

DPE : The energy estimation cannot be produced owing to a lack of appropriate data that conforms to the "arrêté du 15 septembre 2006 relatif au DPE".

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Location in France

The Creuse is France's hidden department, and forms part of the Limousin region. You have to leave the beaten track to find the many interesting and attractive towns and hamlets dotted around the area.
Guéret is the capital of the department and has around 15,000 inhabitants, which gives you an idea how sparsely populated this department is. The proximity of the town to both the River Creuse and the Lac du Cortille mean that plenty of watersports are available for both holidaymakers and residents alike.
Bourganeuf has less than 3,500 inhabitants yet has a rich and affluent history, as the Knights Templar had their headquarters here for many years. La Souterraine is another popular small town, steeped in history and has drawn much interest from archaeologists over the years thanks to its 13th century crypt.
The Creuse has some diverse landscapes - from the vast plains of the Berry to the North, the hilly landscape of the Auvergne to the east and woodland to the south. The easiest way to access the Creuse from the UK is to fly into Limoges, or catch the TGV from Paris.
Property prices are still very low when compared to other areas of France, and there are definitely still bargains to be found despite the rise in prices over the last few years.